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"MALAYSIA, as the SWISS of ASIA".

"MALAYSIA, as the SWISS of ASIA".

Project Presentation by Amirul HM for IMSME programme at AEI-UM. (January 2009)

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Business Networks & Clusters ( STRENGTH in DIVERSITY  ), 2009 Business Networks & Clusters ( STRENGTH in DIVERSITY ), 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY~Amirul’s weltanschauung(worldview!) ~
    BUSINESS NETWORKS & CLUSTERS
    Educator: PROF. SAMUEL van den BERGH
    Presenter: AMIRUL HAJI MOHAMAD (QGC080001)
    22 January 2009
  • Presentation outline
    Outline
    Literature Review
    Keywords – MI & SID
    5th Skill - Mindful Interpreting (MI)
    Malaysian Examples of Strength in Diversity (SID)
    Recommendations
    Appendix
    *Presentation/Research Methodology
    *Brief Development of Industrial Clusters in Malaysia
    *Vision 2020 & MSC
    *MSC & Flagship Applications
    *MSC Rebranding (+ Outsourcing & Entrepreneur)
  • LITERATUREREVIEW(Strength in diversity)
    Paper: “THE IMPORTANCE OF THE FIFTH SKILL IN LANGUAGE LEARNING EXEMPLIFIED BY ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA”
    (Presented by Prof. SAMUEL van den BERGH at Malaysia International Conference on Foreign Language, 2007 )
    Government Papers:
    * Outline Perspective Plan(OPP) @10years (OPP1-3. e.g.1991-2000. Now 3rd OPP 2001-2010)
    Chapter4:Page 127(Innovation Driven SME), Chapter 5:133-154(Mainstreaming ICT)
    * Malaysian Plan@ 5 years ( RMK 1 – 9. e.g. 2001-2005. Now RMK 9 2006-2010)
    * Vision 2020 – 9 challenges
    * MSC – International Advisory Panel @ yearly (IAP 1-12. Now IAP 12)
    * 7 Flagship Applications (+2 after rebranding)
    Book: CULTURE MATTERS – HOW VALUES SHAPE HUMAN PROGRESS ( L.E.Harrison & S.P.Huntington, 2000)
    Interview: MSC-TC at Cyberjaya
    Business Networks & Clusters
    Presenter: AMIRUL HAJI MOHAMAD (QGC 080001)
  • Capitalising on diversity( KEYWORDS )
    “STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY
    MINDFUL INTERPRETING”
    “STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY
    MINDFUL INTERPRETING”
  • Capitalising on diversity( TouriSmexample)
    MALY
    ASIA
  • *Capitalising on diversity*( mINDFUL INTERPRETING – 5th skill in Language acquisition)
  • * capitalising on diversity *( MINDFUL INTERPRETING – 3R )
  • CAPITALISING ON DIVERSITY (Mindful interpreting + SID)
  • Capitalising on diversity(M/media Super Corridor)
    MSC (Multimedia Super Corridor)
    Malaysian initiative for Global ICT
    IAP (International Advisory Panel)
    1st IAP (Jan.1997 at Gates Bldg,
    Stanford Univ., X-Cultural Panel)
    Outsource & Backroom Functions (e.g. Finance, HR )
  • Capitalising on diversity( some recomMendations )
    Diversity as “Branding”
    (Malaysia as SWISS of ASIA)
    (e.g. China-Orient, India-South Asia,
    Middle East-OIC)
    Education
    Multi-Level Marketing (MLM)
  • * Capitalising on diversity*( conclusion )
    Diversity SHOULD be encouraged!
    What Are YOUR THOUGHTS?
    ~Thank yoU~
  • PRESENtation/research METHODOLOGY(Strength in diversity)
    pURPOSE OF pRESENTATION:
    Course Requirements (45%)
    and,
    Introducing Concept of Mindful Interpreting of Others & Oneself in Engaging Cultures
    rESEARCHrATIONALE:
    Way to Capitalise on Cultural Differences
    rESEARCHmETHODOLOGY:
  • BRIEF DEVELOPMENT in MALAYSIA
    GENERALe.g. Petaling Jaya & Shah Alam( Geographical Clustering @GC )
    SPECIFICe.g. Penang Island & Kulim Hitec( Sector Specific w GC: Electronics & Semi-Conductor )
    SPECIALISED / NICHEe.g. Cyberjaya – MSC( Sub-sector specific: IT – 7 flagship application e.g. Smart Card, Tele-health )
  • Capitalising on diversity( Tourism & MSC )
    TOURISM
    EDUCATION
    MSCCall Centres
    Backroom Functions (e.g. Finance, HR )
    Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) (e.g. China-Orient, India-South Asia, Middle East-OIC)
  • VISION 2020 & MSC
    GENERALe.g. Petaling Jaya & Shah Alam( Geographical Clustering @GC )
    SPECIAL (SECTORAL)e.g. Penang Island & Kulim Hitec( Sector Specific w GC: Electronics & Semi-Conductor )
    SPECIFIC (SUB-SECTOR )
    Multimedia Super Corridor(MSC)Cyberjaya – MSC (being replicated elsewhere)( Sub-sector specific: IT – 7 flagship applications e.g. Smart Card, Tele-health )
    Surahar-rad: